Internal energy of 10 moles of an ideal monatomic gas 600 J. What is the temperature of the gas?
August 29, 2021 | education|
m / M = 10 mol – the number of moles of the substance
U = 600 J – internal energy of an ideal monatomic gas
U = 3/2 * m / M * R * T, where R = 8.31 J / mol * K – universal gas constant
T = 2 * U / 3 * m / M * R
T = 2 * 600/10 * 3 * 8.31 = 4.8K
Answer: temperature T = 4.8 K
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